#FloetryByJulietKego: Sautéing sorrow; drinking in dreams

126. Floetry by JulietKego: A Perfect Kiss […with the universe]

juliet-kego-ume-onyido-poet-the-home-makerI often think that there’s a sacred time when dusk kisses dawn. When the world sleeps and our higher selves awaken; open to downloading epiphanies from the still, quiet, sacred voice within. And sometimes, if we are truly present, we experience the fullness of being-ness as we wake up into the arms of the universe.

Into the arms of a loving Creator. Our souls stir, our spirits sing, our hearts stop in stunned silence, as we witness the heaven kiss the earth, in what must be an ancient, age-long tradition.

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#85: Floetry by JulietKego: President Onfoloke

President Buhari

Tell the traveler to tell us not
tales of foreign sights and voices
And stranger touches and tastes
Tell him instead to fill our
heavy, hopeful hearts
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Listen to My Weekly Podcast: FLOETRY by JulietKego (Vol 2) – March 29, 2015

“Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women.”
~Maya Angelou

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“FLOETRY By JulietKego” Vol (I) March 22, 2015

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“Sometimes all the music you need is the rhythmic beating of your own heart. Learn to see life as a constant dance. Sometimes fast, sometimes slow, sometimes melodic, sometimes filled with random notes, and yet ALWAYS beautiful and healing. Just get up and dance with life! Let you be the dancer and life be the dance and then you be the dance and life be the dancer.”
~Juliet ‘Kego Ume-Onyido @JulietKego

Listen to the Podcast: “FLOETRY by JulietKego” Vol (I); March 22, 2015

“Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning.” ~Maya Angelou

The Region Radio Station 105.9

“FLOETRY By JulietKego” Vol (I) March 22, 2015

 

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“First, you must find your words. And you must find and embrace your voice. Then, you must use your voice in a way that aligns with your highest intentions and purpose.” ~Juliet ‘Kego Ume-Onyido